Birmingham Water Works Board (BWWB) of Birmingham, Ala., has consistently achieved the rating of the number-five water system in the United States...
Conference provides opportunities to earn CEUs, receive hands-on instruction from pump experts
PumpTec Conference 2010 is coming to Atlanta this fall, and it is a good opportunity to earn 1.6 continuing education units while receiving hands-on instruction from pump experts.
Plan a trip to Atlanta Sept. 20 to 21, 2010, and experience two full days of back-to-back technical sessions and chances to learn about mechanical seals, rotary pumps, alignment and centrifugal pumps. Attendees will also get a chance to tour the new innovations at the nearby John A. Walker Memorial Pumping Station.
Engineering, maintenance, operating and management professionals from water and wastewater municipalities, power plants, chemical plants, HVAC, pulp and paper mills and general pump-related affiliations are encouraged to attend PumpTec Atlanta.
The $500 registration includes admission to all educational forums, opening reception, lunches, refreshments and conference materials.
PumpTec 2010 is sponsored and organized by Water & Wastes Digest and Pumping Machinery LLC. Visit www.pumpconference.com to learn more, download the registration form or register online.